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Advert and print for the sale of Phoebe, a female slave in Jamaica., PHOEBE Jamaica Royal Gazette, Oct. 7, 1826. Spanish-Town Workhouse. Notice is hereby given, that unless the undermentioned Slave is taken out o...
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Advert and print for the sale of Phoebe, a female slave in Jamaica.
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Abolition of Slave Trade, ABOLITION of the SLAVE TRADE. Birmingham, Hotel, Nov. 17, 1790. AT a Meeting of the Committee, held here this Day, it appeared that the great Qu...
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Abolition of Slave Trade
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Advert for THE interesting NARRATIVE of the LIFE of OLAUDAH EQUIANO, or GUSTAVUS VASSA, the African, December 24,1789. This Day is published, The Second, and corrected Edition of THE interesting NARRATIVE of the LIFE of OLAUDAH EQUIANO, or GUSTAV...
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Advert for THE interesting NARRATIVE of the LIFE of OLAUDAH EQUIANO, or GUSTAVUS VASSA, the African
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Extract from Debates in the House of Commons on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Extract from Debates in the House of Commons on the ABOLITION of the SLAVE TRADE. The other story, Mr. Smith said, which he should place on cont...
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Extract from Debates in the House of Commons on the Abolition of the Slave Trade
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Letter written by Olaudah Equiano, To the Printer of the Birmingham Gazette. June 19, 1790 SIR, HAVING received great Marks of Kindness from the under-mentioned Gentlemen ...
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Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Letter written by Olaudah Equiano
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British Abolitionist Token, "Am I Not a Man and a Brother", British abolitionist token, copper, Middlesex, 1790s. Obverse face. Enlarged copy of original in Wolverhampton Ar...
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British Abolitionist Token
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British Slavery - A Poem by Hannah More, [from "Female Society for the Relief of Negro Slaves Album, 1828"] Whene’er to Afric’s shores I turn my eyes, Horrors of deepest, d...
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British Slavery - A Poem by Hannah More
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First Report of the Female Society for the Relief of British Negro Slaves, Frontispiece of the Report
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First Report of the Female Society for the Relief of British Negro Slaves
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I would not have a slave till my ground...,
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I would not have a slave till my ground...
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Letter from Joseph Priestley to Reverend Mr Emans, Birmingham, 13 January 1788, regarding the abolition of the slave trade, Image from: Joseph Priestley Collection by Samuel Timmins, Birmingham City Archives.
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Letter from Joseph Priestley to Reverend Mr Emans, Birmingham, 13 January 1788, regarding the abolition of the slave trade
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O my great massa in heaven, Pity me and bless my Children.,
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O my great massa in heaven, Pity me and bless my Children.
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Sermon on the Slave Trade by Dr Joseph Priestley, A SERMON on the subject of THE SLAVE TRADE; delivered to a society of PROTESTANT DISSENTERS, at the NEW MEETING in BIRMINGHAM; and published at the...
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Sermon on the Slave Trade by Dr Joseph Priestley
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